Eagles Pledge Peace

What does it mean to sign the peaceful promise pledge?

It’s simple—we know students learn more and feel better when they feel safe.  So, when you sign the poster and your pledge card it means that not only do you agree to not fight, bring drugs or alcohol; it also means that you will try to stop others.  You also agree to never encourage a fight or to even let an adult know if you thinking something is going to happen.  Remember, it’s not stitching if it means you are preventing someone from getting hurt.

What are the rewards besides a safe and peaceful campus?

Administration has agreed to treat everyone to an ice cream party at the end of the 1st quarter if we have no incidents of fighting or drugs on campus starting August 20. That means that October 15th , 16th or 17th , depending on testing schedule, sometime in the afternoon on one of those days we will celebrate.  It means everyone.  All of us must be responsible.
Sign up and carry your promise card with you all the time and let’s together create a safe place.

  Parent and Students Resource Center: 
The resource center is a designated room for parents and students to access computers, educational resources, workshops and attend cultural classes offered by the community.

Principal’s Luncheon:

A quarterly luncheon will be held  for students who are nominated by their teachers for academic improvement, outstanding citizenship, and other achievements.

Family Nights:
Family Nights will be held once a month for students and families. Such topics include math night, winter concert, story telling and more.

OHANA Welcome Back Pep Rally

Principal's Corner

Important Dates
August 28 • Student & Parent Open House 5-7pm
Dinner will be served at 5pm and visitation will begin after the welcome in the cafeteria. Meet your student’s teachers, learn about the class, and visit the parent resource center.
  Open House

Aug 29 • First Home Football Game
SRHS vs James Madison • 7pm

Aug 29 • Ohana Welcome Back Dance

Hawaiian/Beached themed
8:30pm for HS students only
$2 per person
with ticket stub from the football game
$4 per person without ticket stub

Quick LInks

••• Attendance Policy
••• Dress Code Policy
••• New Schedule & Academic Enrichment Period

2014-15 All School Calendar
2014-2015 SRPMIC Schools Calendar

2014-15 Fall Sports
  SRHS Athletic Information

SRPMIC Community Schools

Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
2014 A-F Letter Grades for our schools


Our success depends on the strength of our team!
SRPMIC Indian Community Schools is looking for qualified team members:
• Elementary School Teacher
• Food Service
• High School Teacher(s)
• Substitute Teacher(s)
For more opportunities with our Schools
Employment Opportunities
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